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, inside the michael jackson case. and aphrodite jones, author of "michael jackson conspiracy." plus lisa bloom, an anchor on the legal network in session. lisa, what do you believe are the biggest lessons we can learn from the michael jackson trial? >> i think there's no question that his celebrity status and what led to his acquittal in part. because we know from some of the jurors who were interviewed afterwards that back in the jury room during the deliberations some of the jurors said, we can't convict my michael. not my michael. my michael could not have done this. you know, we have celebrity culture in this country that's almost like royalty. there are certain people who are above the law, and i think in the michael jackson case, the celebrity status is what put it over the top. yes there were other factors, but none as big as the celebrity factors >> but aphrodite jones, i have to say i sat there along with you and diane ands conspiracy aspect of this case made my head explode. i couldn't make head or tails of it. they're keeping the whole family hostage. meanwhile they're getting
, inside the michael jackson case." and aphrodite jones, author of "michael jackson conspiracy." plus lisa bloom, an anchor on the legal network in session. lisa, what do you believe are the biggest lessons we can learn from the michael jackson trial? >> i think there's no question that his celebrity status and what led to his acquittal in part. because we know from some of the jurors who were interviewed afterwards that back in the jury room during the deliberations some of the jurors said, we can't convict my michael. not my michael. my michael could not have done this. you know, we have celebrity culture in this country that's almost like royalty. there are certain people who are above the law, and i think in the michael jackson case, the celebrity status is what put it over the top. yes there were other factors, but none as big as the celebrity factor. >> but, aphrodite jones, i have to say i sat there along with you and diane ands conspiracy aspect of this case made my head explode. i couldn't make head or tails of it. they're keeping the whole family hostage. meanwhile they're gettin
, the host of open court and also lisa bloom, legal analyst for our sister network, cnn and attorney as well. they were originally banned from sports for a year suspensions reduced, will miss a quarter of the volleyball season in exchange for an apology and counseling. i think they got it right, hopefully they got the message and learned something and won't do it again. >> i certainly hope they learned something from this. the school is only one step in their journey of life. these digital records last forever and anyone who wants to hire them will look at these on their facebook pages there. is a legal argument different than your gut reaction. the issue is this is a public school. if this was a private school, no-brainer, the school could have done anything they wanted regardless of the time of year being summer vacation. plic school, a little more tricky, the aclu may have something. >> i look at the statement. playing sports is a privilege, you're an ambassador to the school, you have to watch yourself. here is what the school is saying, the attorney for the school district about enforci
and tuesday. we spoke to lisa robinson, and they explain what attorneys will be looking for for jurors to be sitting on this case. >> mayor dixon's life is so hectic, she could have easily lost awareness it those rare gift cards she had gotten or if they belonged to someone else -- if those gift cards she had gotten belonged to her or someone else. women would certainly be something we did want to have. >> the prosecution wants the opposite, focused people, elderly, and he projects the trial will last about 10 days. that would give the case to the jurors just before thanksgiving. reporting live at city hall, kim dacey, wbal tv 11 news. >> jury selection beginning tomorrow, and 11 news will have a team of reporters covering the case on their an online at wbaltv.com. -- on air and online. and man were shot near the harbor house complex around 1:30 this morning -- a man was shot. police say he is in serious condition. there is no word tonight on a suspect or motive in this case. we are learning more about the maryland soldier who was one of 13 people killed in that deadly shooting rampage
at 1:21. i just think that we have to tip our hat to uconn here tonight. you and lisa have talked about the tragedy they've had to deal with with the death of jasper howard, the tough games they've been in and yet, there's something about a group of kids who don't quit. life is not easy and sometimes never fair and you learn how to deal with it and my hat's off to how they hung in he tonight and they're still coming. that was easily taken down by battle. >> the resiliency of this program has been on display the last few weeks and we have to step back and have a real appreciation of this program. >> absolutely. frazier got an open target and his big tig e across midfield. that's ryan griffin, red shirt freshman, out of new jersey. outstanding young player and certainly be hearing more about him in stores. todman, , only a sophohomomore g back. here's frazier rifling one. throwing theall beautifully on this. pennsylvania.ut of johnstow >> attack the middle of the uc defense, sitting back and preventing what their safety i deep. frazier finding plenty to work with. >> good time behind that
by constellation energy group] >> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm deborah weiner in for kate amara. our top stories in jome. first a look outside with john collins. >> an indicator, i didn't have to scrape the windshield this morning. temperatures are above freezing, not below freezing. in addition to the chilly air we have, we have a hurricane moving into the gulf of mexico. still the tropical storm and hurricane season. still winter -- hardly winter-like at this stage. we are headed toward spring-like weather. more on that in a mome. as we were yesterday morning, storm-free around the mid-atlantic region. i have had to resort the national radar imaginary to show you where the storms are. a little bit more action in the pacific northwest as yesterday. northern plains. also up in the state of maine and the maritime provinces of canada. here's the rain sorted with ida moving into the gulf of mexico. we'll talk about these weather systems and how at the moment they are not affecting us at all. see you in a few minutes. >> the house of representatives -- >> the ameri
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>> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. top stories in just a moment. first, a look outside with meteorologist john collins. >> beautiful morning. absolutely beautiful. chilly, but not as cold as yesterday. we're doing this in steps and getting this to a level that we're probably not going to see much more of because we're getting deeper into autumn and approaching winter as the days get shorter. it's just over -- well, the days are getting shorter. 18 hours of sunlight. 18 hours of sunlight stuck in there. anyway, the days are getting shorter, and there is less time to enjoy what we see here. druid hills park. our view overlooking its park. radar doesn't have much to show around here. stormy weather out in the northern plains. also unsettled weather in the gulf of mexico and the caribbean. that's all because of hurricane ida. we'll dach about that and will ida get close? the forecast is just ahead. >> and america and the american people won today. >> the house of representatives passes a historic health care reform to provide coverage to millions more americ
'm juju chang. >>> joining us now is a pediatrician, dr. lisa thornton. this is so close to my heart with two little kids. so, let's talk about the risks of overscheduling. they do need some amount of downtime. what does do for a kid? >> kids need time to daydream and think and be creative and make up games. so when everything's constantly scheduled they don't do that so creativity is not as spontaneous. >> yeah, it's true. kids will play with a box if they get bored. that's good to allow some of that. >> it is, and children shouldn't feel have to perform to get their parents eye attention. so if they understand mom and dad really want them in all of these activities, they get the message it's all about them being in activity not being themselves. >> lot of it is keeping up with the joneses, everybody in your school district is doing tee ball. you feel like you have to do it, too. >> but you don't. >> what are the warning signs? >> one of the keys is that if their schedule is so frantic that you're frantic, it's probably too much. >> uh-oh. >> because they're going to take their cues
getting sick this season. >> reporter: like most expectant moms, lisa is a frayed to take antibiotics. these drugs can be crucial during flu season. >> the most common type of bacterial infection that happens after the flu is what they call a secondary infection. the same kind of bacteria that would cause knew mona. >> reporter: a new study may ease fears for moms to be. researchers looked at 20,000 moms and pound that penicillin are not associated with most birth defects. doctors say the findings are important because not treating a secondary infection during pregnancy can put mother and child at risk. >> bacterial infections can also have an effect on the pregnancy and result in, for instance, preterm birth and low birth weight. >> reporter: this is linked sulfonides to birth defects. these are commonly used to treat urinary tract infections. >> after reading this i don't think i'll use them because we have other ones. >> reporter: weighing the pros and cons of any medication is tough for any pregnancy, but the more information women have the better. >> for a list of places where th
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Search Results 0 to 11 of about 12 (some duplicates have been removed)